'Dancing With the Stars' Results: Who Left 'DWTS' Last Night?

The competition on Dancing With the Stars (DWTS) is certainly starting to heat up, with just eight couples left in the competition competing for the Mirror Ball trophy.

Last night (Monday, November 1) on Dancing With the Stars, another couple was eliminated from the competition after an epic night of performances to Queen.

Newsweek has everything you need to know about the results of Dancing With the Stars, Week 7.

Who Left Dancing With the Stars Last Night?

Sadly, nine couples became eight last night on Dancing With the Stars after another couple said goodbye to the dancefloor.

After combining the public vote with the judges' scores YouTube personality JoJo Siwa and WWE wrestler The Miz found themselves in the bottom two and vulnerable to elimination.

In the end, The Miz and his professional partner Witney Carson were sent home by the judges, Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, and Derek Hough.

The decision was unanimous, with the judges voting to save JoJo and her professional partner Jenna Johnson.

Voting to save JoJo, judge Carrie Ann Inaba said: "I'm shocked you're in the bottom two because your scores have been so high."

Fellow judge Derek Hough said he was "super proud" of the entertainment, The Miz brought to the competition this year but ultimately voted to save JoJo.

Speaking after his elimination, The Wiz said: "I'm honored to be on this dancefloor," as his fellow contestants, judges, and audiences cheered for him.

The fact JoJo was in the bottom two with a score of 39 out of 40 came as a huge shock to fans at home.

One fan tweeted: "Jojo Siwa in the bottom 2 of #DWTS ????? Do better America lol"

Another wrote: "Y'all, tonight was too close. If we want @itsjojosiwa and @JennaJohnson to make it to the end, we need to vote like hell for the weeks ahead. We can do this. #DWTSXX"

Absolutely shocked to see @itsjojosiwa and The Miz in the bottom two. How? #dwts

— Beemer Hammond (@beeeems_) November 2, 2021

Okay I’ve had time to think about what I wanna say bc I’m an adult and I can be tact. What the actual F*CK just happened?! @itsjojosiwa @JennaJohnson should NEVER be anywhere near the bottom in this competition. They are ground breaking & amazing & PHENOMENAL! #DWTS

— Lauren Ash (@LaurenAsh2007) November 2, 2021

Who Was At the Top and Bottom of the DWTS Leaderboard?

Olivia Jade and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy held on tight to the spot at the top of the leaderboard with an overall score of 42.

They received 38 out of 40 for their performance of the quickstep to "Fat Bottomed Girls."

Olivia and Val also received 4 relay bonus points for their performance in the foxtrot relay.

Unfortunately, The Miz found himself at the bottom of the leaderboard, scoring just 32 out of 40 for their foxtrot to "Radio Ga Ga." They also received no points from their performance in the relay.

Newsweek has a full look at the leaderboard below:

  • Olivia and Val – 42 (38 + 4 relay bonus points)
  • JoJo and Jenna – 39
  • Jimmie and Emma – 38
  • Melora and Artem – 38 (36 + 2 relay bonus points)
  • Cody and Cheryl – 36 (34 + 2 relay bonus points)
  • Amanda and Alan – 34 (33 + 1 relay bonus point)
  • Suni and Sasha – 34 (33 + 1 relay bonus point)
  • Iman and Daniella – 34 (32 + 2 relay bonus points)
  • The Miz and Witney – 32

Dancing With the Stars airs Monday's at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

The Miz Dancing with the stats
The Miz and Witney Carson were the latest couple to leave 'Dancing With the Stars' ABC

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